Notes from the News — March 8, 2019
ACLU report: Schools short-staff mental health services while over-policing students – The Notebook
Saul students create zen garden at Philly Flower Show – The Notebook
Mayor Kenney budget focuses on education, police and fire – WHYY.org
In a hotbed of opposition to admissions changes to New York City’s specialized high schools, Carranza doesn’t back down Chalkbeat
Teacher Protests Won Higher Funding for Schools, But It’s Still Not Enough – Nymag.com
OPINION: From one white parent to another: Don’t pick schools because they’re selective and mostly white Hechinger Report
Why Penn, Drexel are recruiting retailers, not just students – Philly.com
Stories from around the state — from the Keystone State Education Coalition blog.
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